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[PVS] [CIBCB] IEEE CIBCB 2009 - Call for Papers - Third Announcement

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Call for Papers: IEEE CIBCB 2009 2009 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology March 30-April 2, Nashville, TN, USA ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

This symposium will bring together top researchers, practitioners, and students from around the world to discuss the latest advances in the field of Computational Intelligence and its application to real world problems in biology. Computational Intelligence includes artificial neural networks, fuzzy logic, evolutionary algorithms, and other emerging techniques. Topics of interest include but are not limited to: gene expression array analysis, structure prediction and folding, drug design, molecular sequence alignment and analysis, metabolic pathway analysis, medical imaging and pattern recognition, analysis of large biological data sets, and a variety of other topics. The use of computational intelligence must play a substantial role in submitted papers. Submissions will be peer reviewed and accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings.

Paper Submission: Prospective authors are invited to submit
papers of no more than eight (8) pages including results, figures and
references; submission details can be found on the symposium web
site: www.ieee-ssci.org. Authors are expected to present their paper at
the symposium. IEEE CIBCB 2009 will be held in conjunction with the IEEE
Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence 2009 (IEEE SSCI 2009).
Over 20 such conferences will be co-located at this event.

Special Sessions and Tutorials: It is anticipated that the
symposium will have a number of special sessions and tutorials.
Consult the SSCI symposium web site for instructions on proposing a
special session or tutorial.  Papers for special sessions must have
significant computational intelligence content.

Location: Nashville, Tennessee is well known for its cultural events
and moderate climate. It is considered a global music center. Nashville
is the capital of Tennessee and located on the beautiful Cumberland


Student Travel Grants: Several student travel grants may be available shortly.

Please continue to monitor the SSCI website for additional details.

Tutorial Proposal Deadline: Proposals for tutorials at CIBCB'09 can be submitted

to the conference via the SSCI 2009 Tutorial Chairs at:


Important Dates:
   Special session proposal deadline:  Sept 30, 2008 (already passed)
   Tutorial proposal deadline: *** October 31, 2008 ***
   Paper submission deadline:    *** October 31, 2008 ***
   Author notification:  November 30, 2008
   Camera-ready paper deadline:   January 15, 2009
   Conference: 	March 30-April 2, 2009


Program Chair:                 	Kay C. Wiese
Technical Co-Chairs:        	Madhu Chetty, Mihail Popescu
Publicity Chair:                	Gary B. Fogel
Proceedings Chair:          	L. Gwenn Volkert
Special Sessions Chair:     	Scott F. Smith
Tutorials Chair:            	Dan Ashlock


For further inquires:
IEEE SSCI 2009 Enquiries: Vincenzo Piuri  piuri@xxxxxxxxxxxx SSCI Symposium

IEEE CIBCB 2009 Enquiries: Kay C. Wiese  wiese@xxxxxxxxx CIBCB Program Chair